Tuesday, December 1, 2020

New Mexico’s Rasanen wins World University Games slalom

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2013 NCAA slalom champion repeats the feat in Italy.

Middlebury’s Roberts seventh in World University Games

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Colorado Buffalo Shane McLean finishes 15th and Utah's Lauren Samuels 17th in the women's super G.

Norwegians sweep Vail NorAm podium

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Fausa, Haugen, and Riis-Johannessen combine for the Norwegian podium sweep in Vail.

New Ute grabs Vail NorAm victory

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Norwegian Chloe Margrethe Fausa, a freshman at Utah, picks up a career-first Continental Cup win.

BC Alpine’s Werry wins NorAm SG

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Croatia's Natko Zrncic-Dim picks up another NorAm victory in the super combined.

NCAA selects championship hosts through 2017

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The NCAA has selected its host sites for the national championships in skiing through 2017.

Buffaloes send herd to World University Games

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The University of Colorado Buffaloes send a total of 14 student-athletes to Trentino, Italy.

Moltzan scores NorAm podium as Mitch hatricks Loveland

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Four days in the making, the U.S. Ski Team grabs a NorAm podium with Paula Moltzan's third-place finish.

Gagnon wins again, Lapanja top American in sixth

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The Canadians strike once more at the women's NorAm, but Lila Lapanja gives the U.S. reason to celebrate.

Canadian domination on second day of NorAms

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Heavy snowfall during the second run couldn't hold back the charging Canadian ladies at Loveland.

Loeseth wins opening NorAm, Canada gives chase

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Nina Loeseth of Norway takes the first victory in the opening race of the women's NorAm series.

Nordbotten grabs back-to-back NorAm slalom wins

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Jonathan Nordbotten scores double six point results in the opening NorAm slalom races of the season.

NorAm field gets Cooked at Loveland

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Canadian Dustin Cook scores a minimum penalty six point result while American Brennan Rubie charges hard for third.

Norway’s Levi starters to include NCAA champion Nordbotten

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The Vikings send a team of hopefuls to Levi for this weekend's World Cup slalom races.

Coaches find new roles with NCAA teams

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Montana State, Utah, Middlebury, Vermont, and Colby-Sawyer showcase new coaches in the NCAA this year.

Denver to host NCAA regional championships

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The University of Denver will host the NCAA West Regional/RMISA Championships during the 2014 season.

University of Utah coach Pat Miller dies

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Pat Miller, who led the University of Utah to nine NCAA skiing championships, died Saturday at age 64, following a recent illness.A Salt Lake...

Colorado finishes strong to capture 18th NCAA title

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RIPTON, Vt. -- The Buffaloes of Colorado overhauled the University of Vermont, Day Three leader, with a strong showing in the women’s 15km freestyle...

Vermont leads Colorado after Day Three at NCAAs

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HANCOCK, Vt. -- The University of Vermont used strong finishes in both the men’s and women’s slalom on Friday, March 8, to extend its...

Vermont still in the lead after Day Two of NCAAs

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RIPTON, Vt. – The University of Vermont retained its lead in the 2013 NCAA Alpine Skiing Championships after Day Two, March 7, and the...

Haugen, Nordbotten capture NCAA titles in GS

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HANCOCK, Vt.--Kristine Haugen of the University of Denver capped an undefeated season in college giant slalom racing with a convincing win in the NCAA...

Competitors named for 2013 NCAAs

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A total of 148 skiers, 74 men and 74 women, from 21 colleges and universities will take part in this year’s NCAA Skiing Championships,...

Alaska’s Pierson awarded NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship

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The NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship Committee has awarded former Alaska Nanooks women's skier Julia (Coulter) Pierson one of 29 prestigious NCAA Postgraduate Scholarships, based on...

Vermont wins first NCAA Championship in 18 years with highest point total in history

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For the first time in 18 years as well as the 11-year career of director of skiing and head alpine coach Bill Reichelt, the...
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